Success! Kul from Cambodia raised $446 to fund life-changing surgery so he can live pain-free.

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Fully funded
Kul's treatment was fully funded on August 6, 2022.
  • Kul's story
  • Kul's update
April 4, 2022

Photo of Kul post-operation

August 31, 2022

Kul underwent life-changing surgery so he can live pain-free.

Kul and his wife traveled two hours to our medical partner Children's Surgical Centre, where he underwent successful surgery to amputate his...

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Kul's Timeline

  • April 4, 2022

    Kul was submitted by Sieng Heng at Children's Surgical Centre.

  • April 4, 2022

    Kul received treatment at Kien Khleang National Rehabilitation Centre in Cambodia. Medical partners often provide care to patients accepted by Watsi before those patients are fully funded, operating under the guarantee that the cost of care will be paid for by donors.

  • April 5, 2022

    Kul's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • August 6, 2022

    Kul's treatment was fully funded.

  • August 31, 2022

    Kul's treatment was successful. Read the update.

Funded by 4 donors

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Peace is an eight-year-old girl from Kenya who was brought to our care center by her grandmother. She is the firstborn of two siblings and is in grade two at her local public primary school. Peace's mother, who is 30 years old, dropped out of school after getting pregnant with Peace. Despite her desire to return to school after giving birth, her parents refused, as her other two siblings were already in school. Consequently, Peace's mother started a family life. She works as a casual laborer, picking tea on other people's farms, and Peace's father owns a boda boda (motorcycle taxi). The family also owns a piece of land with tea plants and another where they grow maize, beans, and Irish potatoes for their family's home consumption. In 2022, while attempting to lift her brother, Peace accidentally fell and injured her hand. She was taken to the hospital, where she had an X-ray, and the doctors applied a Plaster of Paris. However, the plaster was removed after a month and a half, and her hand had already deformed. Peace was then referred to another hospital for treatment, but the family lacked the necessary funds for the required surgical procedure at the time. Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner can help Peace heal. On November 3rd, Peace will undergo a fracture repair procedure called an open reduction and internal fixation. This procedure helps fix severely broken bones and is only used for serious fractures that can't be treated with a cast or splint. Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare (AMH), requests $1,079 to fund this surgery. Peace's mother said, "I kindly ask for your support so that my little daughter can have a normal life like the rest."

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